Impact DataSource Annual TEA Webinar: What to Know in 2018

link, Austin, US
1:30-2:30pm CDT

Free Webinar on What to Know about TEAs in 2018

May 2nd, 1:30-2:30pm CDT

Register HERE


Despite the seemingly never-ending discussions of reform to the EB-5 Program, the rules for TEAs remain unchanged, as of this release date. Specifically, TEAs are still being certified by state-designated authorities, and the definitions of TEAs continue to include (1) rural areas and (2) high unemployment areas, which can be determined as a single census tract or a combination of adjacent census tracts (and block groups in some states).
Every year, states update the data they use to certify TEAs. This year, unless there are changes to the program, TEAs will be determined by 2017 unemployment data. The threshold is now 6.6%, a decrease from last year’s 7.4%. See our article for details about this year’s map and other key points.

Join us for our annual webinar discussing the newly released map and what you need to know about TEAs this year. We will address questions such as:

  • What does the data update mean for me and my project?
  • Will I need a new TEA certification letter?
  • Will the definitions of TEAs change?
  • How do I use the map?

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